Life Coaching Service
For a more general approach, you could offer life coaching services to individuals looking for help with anything from scheduling to finances.
If you know more than one language, you can offer translating services to businesses, using your spare room as an office.
You could also add a washer and dryer, along with other laundry supplies, to your spare room so you can offer laundry services to customers out of that space.
If you’re skilled with a needle and thread, you could open a small alterations studio out of your spare room.
Makeup artists, you could also welcome clients to your spare room studio for makeup services.
Or you could use your spare room as storage and a photo space for vintage goods that you can resell online.
You might also consider using your spare room as a space to store tech equipment like audio and video recording devices that you can rent out to people and organizations that want to use those items without buying them.
Or you could apply a similar concept to large tools or automotive products that people are unlikely to actually own themselves.
Party supplies like tables, buffet setups and decorations can also lend themselves to a rental business model.
If you live in an area where there’s a lot of tourist activity or bicycle traffic, you could also start a bike rental business and use your spare room as a storage space.
Lots of businesses use voiceover artists for ads, video content and more. So you could offer that service out of a home studio.
Travel Planning Service
You could also help consumers plan out their vacations and find travel deals, especially if you can work with large groups that need help planning.
And of course, you could use your spare room as a space that travelers can rent out on sites like Airbnb.
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